admin · Jul 8, 2011 at 03:02 pm

An Unlocked Bootloader for HTC EVO 3D [Weekly Recap – 7 July 2011]

This week on XDA TV, azrienoch and SassiBoB show off their new Evo 3Ds. Jeff begins with the new QR code feature for forum attachments, the new LG Optimus forums, the finale of the interview with recognized developer Capychimp, and the official XDA desktop wallpaper. For Android news, we hear about Fre3vo, Fre3vo^2, and the Evo 3D and HTC Sensation overclocked to 1.8 Ghz, plus one-click unbrick for Galaxy devices. Then SassiBoB reviews the game Neverending Dance of Happiness. For Windows news, we get the Mango update without Zune or WP7 dev tools, and Market Enabler for Mango on HTC HD2. Finally, following Egzthunder1’s article, “Whose Fault Is It, Anyway?” azrienoch gives both HTC and Sprint a piece of his derranged mind. Brain-biopsy goodness. Click on!

Links!

New XDA Feature Adds QR Codes to All Attachments

QR Codes for All Attachments – XDA TV

Skype 2.0 With Video Support Ready for download

Skype 2 Available For Other Devices!

LG Optimus Black Forums Added

Interview With Recognized Developer capychimp (here and here)

Official XDA Developers Desktop Wallpapers

Fre3vo / Fre3dom Official Thread – Temp Root for EVO 3D

How To Disable Apps With Temp Root On Your EVO 3D

[MOD] EVO 3D/Sensation Overclocked to 1.8GHz!

Get Into The Social With Google+ For Android

All In One Galaxy Hack Pack

One-Click Unbrick For Samsung Captivate

Update To Mango Beta Without A Developer Unlocked Device

Expand Your Windows Phone 7 Experience To Your PC Screen – WP7 RecX

Move Your Fingers With Neverending Dance of Happiness

So, Whose Fault Is It Anyways?


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